Tour Scotland Self Catering Holiday Cottage Recommendations Findochty


Tour Scotland self catering holiday cottage recommendations in Findochty, Moray, Scotland.

Coastal Cottage is a spacious, fully modernised property is on two floors. Downstairs there is a lounge, with wood burning stove, and dining room, as well as kitchen, shower room and utility room. Upstairs are two kingsize bedrooms and a twin room. Outside is the small private garden/patio. Findochty is a peaceful haven where you can relax or use a base to visit the many attractions that North East Scotland and the Highlands have to offer, golf; fishing, unspoilt sandy beaches and majestic cliffs; highland games; whisky trail; castles; Speyside way; mountains; etc.

Fisherman's cottage located only a few metres from the harbour and small sandy beach. The dolphins are frequent visitors to this area of the coastline and frequently seen during the summer months.This cosy cottage makes an excellent base for exploring the area, there is a golf course within half a mile, lots of beautiful forest and coastal walks, whisky distilleries, wildlife watching, the majestic mountains of the Cairngorms or simply relax on a bench overlooking the harbour with a good book. The old fishing village of Findochty, locally pronounced Finechty, oozes loads of character, with its multi coloured cottages, a real traditional Scottish village. It has a local pub and restaurant, a general store, chemist and hairdressers. The property has been recently renovated with two bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with single beds, a shower room with toilet upstairs and a toilet downstairs, fully fitted kitchen diner and lounge. Wifi, TV, DVD player, PS3, Wii, a selection of DVD,s, books and games. Also provided is a travel cot with bedding and stair gate. We also have a brand new kayak and fishing rods for the free use of our guests. To the East of the village the cliffs rise toward Tronach Head, honeycombed with caves and inlets. Clifftop walking paths link Findochty with the neighbouring village of Portknockie and West to Strathlene on the outskirts of Buckie in the other direction.

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